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mike01
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Vac Pot: Yama Stovetop
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Roaster: Hottop
Posted Tue Nov 16, 2004, 7:01pm
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As far as I know, WLL is the sole US importer for Expobar currently.  Even though I would rather see this product offered at more retailers so I could have had a choice on where to purchase it from, WLL has been excellent to deal with as far as customer service and tech support goes.  I highly recommend them.
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Worldman
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Posted Wed Nov 17, 2004, 8:27pm
Subject: Re: Why I think the Expobars run hot...
 

Mike,

It seems that a lot of guys in here have had positive results in their dealings with WLL.  How much "stuff" have you bought from them?

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mike01
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Roaster: Hottop
Posted Wed Nov 17, 2004, 9:39pm
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I bought my Expobar Pulser and my Mazzer Mini from them.  I also bought another grinder from them in the past that I sold when I upgraded to the Mini.  Todd, from WLL's tech support, is very helpful and will do just about anything to make it right if you happen to have any problems.  It seems most people here on CG have been very pleased with WLL.
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Posted Thu Nov 18, 2004, 10:53am
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mike01 Said:

As far as I know, WLL is the sole US importer for Expobar currently.  Even though I would rather see this product offered at more retailers so I could have had a choice on where to purchase it from, WLL has been excellent to deal with as far as customer service and tech support goes.  I highly recommend them.

Posted November 16, 2004 link

Marcuzzi is a rebadged Expobar.  They are sold at www.ifyoulovecoffee.com

Right now, their Office Control is selling for $795.  I bought mine last spring from them for $695 on sale.  (I haven't seen that sale since).

The nice thing about Marcuzzi is that it has a valve under the drip tray so you can select water input (reservoir vs muni water supply).

The downside about Marcuzzi is that they do not offer the same warranty that WLL does.  Even though I have had several great experiences with ifyoulovecoffee.com, I have heard a few stories of bad customer service.

Jeremy

 
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